One does not have to believe to see the things of the earth; but to see the things of God, one has to believe.
No man becomes rich through the poverty of another. It is through the poor man’s need that the other becomes a success.
Even the fool can at times teach certain things to the wise, thus making the wise wiser and the foolish more foolish.
There is no understanding or no learning without movement; and there is no justice without sacrifice or without effort for joy, because joy is the mother of rebirth.
When a foolish man finds an ear, nothing will keep that foolish man from further foolishness. But he who lends his ear to a foolish man more than once, a greater fool is the lender.
Often the need to speak makes the tongue numb, thus making one feel dumb. Therefore, do not make a need of speak for the best things are often said when least expected. But if not, then seek the truth and when you find her, she will speak for you!
No light enters a closed lit or a closed eye; no breath enters a breathless nostril; no true knowledge enters where it is not wanted. Such is the spirit of life. The spirit of life does not enter where it is not wanted.